"Packed with wry whimsy... A valuable lesson in friendship." - Kirkus Reviews
"Hrab, a former librarian, knows what makes kids laugh... But amid the laughter are some very good lessons about making friends that will undoubtedly help soothe the anxieties of many children." - Quill & Quire
"Will have young readers giggling... A fast-moving text that speaks to the fear children have about being the new kid anywhere in life, this title will be especially welcome on the shelves for back-to-school storytimes and shared readings." - School Library Journal
"This story of a boy's anxiety about making friends will show readers that, many times, the best way to make a friend is to be yourself! A fast and fun read." - Booklist
"Ira Crumb would be an appropriate selection for five-to-eight-year-olds during the first week of school or when a new face appears in class." - Canadian Children’s Book News
"This story is perfect to be read to (or by) any young student entering a new town, school, or club." - Canadian Review of Materials
“A hilarious comic that presents the quest of finding a friend like it were an adventure.” - The Book Wars
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